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Royal Oak Dentists Whiten Teeth for Charity

By Judy Davids, Patch.com

1474 days ago   Article ID# 1555444
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Boys and Girls Club of South Oakland County

ROYAL OAK, MICHIGAN (Patch.com) - Drs. Steve Gustafson and Shari Morningstar are hoping to raise $10,000 for the Boys and Girls Club of South Oakland County.

Brighten your smile and that of a child by participating in Smiles for Life.

Through June 30, Gustafson Morningstar Denistry is offering teeth whitening at a discounted rate and donating 100 percent of the proceeds to the Boys and Girls Club of South Oakland County.

Drs. Steve Gustafson and Shari Morningstar are Crown Council members—an alliance of dental teams committed to promoting oral health and serving through charitable work.

"This is a good opportunity if you've ever thought about whitening your teeth, because not only are you brightening your smile but you're helping the children of the community," said Gustafson.

Last year the dentists donated $8,000 through the Smiles for Life foundation. This year's goal is $10,000.

Don't want to whiten your teeth?

Simply text the word Smile, THEN A SPACE, then 216 to 84465 and a $10 donation to the Boys and Girls Club will be added to your cell phone bill through your cell phone service provider.

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Updated 1474 days ago   Article ID# 1555444

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